This is the section of the course for learning hiragana though, so it doesn't really make sense to jump right into kanji
You have a point, but what other meaning would め have at this level of Japanese?
Oh, like megane (or however it's spelled) being glasses
Yeah, Megane means glasses. I know this cause I spend most of my time using Google translate to name characters for roleplays.
Google Translate can be useful in very specific situations, but never come to rely on it. For Japanese in particular, Google Translate does a terrible job mostly due to context being so important in Japanese.
Why is it pronounced differently when you tap the character and when it you tap the speaker? It sounds like ne ね when I tap the speaker and a definite me め when I tap the character.
Probably the speed at which the person is speaking? That's my best guess but meh. (See what I did there? :P)
Its the same ,but i think she is saying it "harder" when you click the word vs when you just hear it with the blue button
Mi: on its side, it looks like a curly M with an i on the side Me: looks like an eye with lashes! Look at 'me' etc. Nu: is a 'new' shape, looks like it's holding a u in the middle
Every noun in Japanese is like English nouns with a double vowel (deer, moose, goose, food). The singular form is also the plural form.
First of all, love your profile pic <3
Second, this is just the Hiragana section of Duolingo. They do add a little Kanji once in a while, but only slowly. Sometimes if you hover your mouse cursor over the word it will show you the Kanji for it but not always.
Woo el hiragana es intersante ya que igual el kanji ;) me : ojos es plural o singular?
It looks like an eye, and it sounds like the French word "nez" which means... "nose". Not sure if that's helping or confusing though.
Just remember the pretzel hope this comes in handy and I can talk to my banchan
Yes, because many Japanese names are written in Kanjis, but the pronunciation of Japanese Kanjis is quite complicated, so if a person of a place has a name with uncommon Kanjis, hiraganas may be written on the top of Kanjis, in order to tell the reader how to pronounce them correctly.
my audio doesn't work with all the characters in the app, does anyone have the same problem ?
Its very strange having a language that had single character nouns, I can't think of any English nouns that are a single character.
Why does it expect me to enter "Eye" when it's been teaching me that this is "ME" all this time?